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Posts published in “Day: March 4, 2023

ZRA to manage Kasumbalesa vehicle traffic management system – Cabinet

By CHUSA SICHONECABINET has approved a resolution which will entail that Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) starts managing the Vehicle Traffic Management System at the Kasumbalesa Border and other supporting infrastructure, effective yesterday.

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72 vehicles seized

By PERPETUAL SICHIKWENKWE – SEVENTY-TWO motor vehicles and a boat concealed at a private yard in Lusaka have been seized by police in an operation yesterday.The properties are highly suspected to be proceeds of crime. Read more

No loan contracted for Lusaka-Ndola dual carriageway – Veep

By CHUSA SICHONE – VICE-PRESIDENT Mutale Nalumango says the Government did not get a loan for the Lusaka-Ndola dual carriageway construction project.Ms Nalumango said the Government was not borrowing any money to undertake the project but it...

Ex-Veep Wina launches ‘When Destiny Calls’ book

By PERPETUAL SICHIKWENKWE – VICE-President Mutale Nalumango yesterday joined former Vice-President Inonge Wina to launch her book titled ‘When Destiny Calls’ stating that women are committed to work together to foster development. Read more

HH toasts Tinubu’s election as Nigerian president

By CHUSA SICHONE – PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema has congratulated Bola Ahmed Tinubu, 70, on his election as Nigeria’s president.The 70-year-old polled 8.8 million votes to emerge winner of the elections held the past week. Read more

Advise us when we falter, HH implores traditional leaders

By CHUSA SICHONE – PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema has implored traditional leaders to offer counsel to the ‘New Dawn’ Government whenever it falters. President Hichilema said people like him, who were elected in office, fully understood that t...

Govt won’t export maize – FRA board chair

By FELIX NKINKE – THE Government will not export maize because of the anticipated low yields aggravated by extreme weather patterns, Food Reserve Agency (FRA) board chairperson Kelvin Hambwezya has said.

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